Welcome back to the 2012 Fantasy War Room sponsored by Sprint! We'll be answering your fantasy football questions from 4 to 8:30 p.m. ET.
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Today we will be answering any and all questions, but will focus a bit more on quarterbacks and running backs. We just rolled out our new quarterback rankings for Week 2, with Tom Brady topping the list. Some may be surprised to see Matthew Stafford coming in at No. 2 in spite of his matchup with the tough 49ers defense. However, as solid as that defense is, it does give up a fair amount of passing yards each week. They do not give up a lot of touchdowns, but the yards are potentially there.
The big question mark for many is whether to start Robert Griffin III over some established starters. RGIII put together a fantastic performance against the New Orleans Saints, and faces a favorable matchup with the Rams. While I would start him over guys like Jay Cutler and Matt Schaub, those that have the bigger names should stick with them. You start guys like Cam Newton and Matthew Stafford every week. Maybe RGIII turns one of them into a great trade chip, but for now, continue starting guys like Cam Newton.
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